- Are we filling the vacant positions?
- Is turnover going down?
- Are revenues per employee going up?
- Are profits per employee going up?
- Is employee value going up?
- In employee engagement-satisfaction going up?
- What is our Employee reputation out in the market place?
Does you HR department even know the answers to these questions?
- HR has to spend more time on these questions.
- They have to step off the activity treadmill.
- They need to learn what the options are to make it better.
- They need help in implementation from someone who has been there.
Can you envision spending less money but getting the results?
Case study: On many occasions People Profits has helped HR departments focused on ROI and results - not activity. Whether the department was a over worked Office Manager or a department of 20. In each case, costs went down and results went up.
Wouldn't you like to help them catch the money?
It is a matter of helping them be better and more valuable.